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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Course Kim poll in there somewhere all report Kalia Poland their Catrin Stewart? Kate Patrick Stewart In Dune which I saw recently I was like he's got. He's so young Charlie's angels the newest one Green Room. Oh Yeah Richard. E grant of the hit man's bodyguard. Can you ever forgive me and Gosford Park Boyd? Holbrook who's in the Predator gone girl? Run all night Stephen Merchant or is it Stephan Merchant Steven Steven Steven Merchants Joe Rabbit Hole. Pass and run fat. Boy Run And Daphne King Who? This was very easy. 'cause she only has three other credits other than the film. The refugees his dark materials and Outta though Assegai a release date for film was March. Third Twenty Seventeen runtime one hundred thirty seven minutes. The budget was one hundred. Twenty seven million dollars to make a gross six hundred nineteen million on the Brian. Tomatoes score is a ninety percent critical and ninety percent audience in it goes to note that this film was also nominated for best adapted screenplay. Yeah I do want to just say like you saying the runtime and even reading it or any time I've ever read a hundred and thirty seven minutes. I never feel that when I watch could this. I mean it wouldn't serve the story but I could have done a three hour film easily. I think where they cut it is I mean we could have got. Some whole clings baby. Who knows tastic up so some fantastic deleted scenes if anyone here has the the different one listening has the BLU ray or DVD. Check those out. It is worth sitting and watching my wife and I after we watched the movie set for another hour. Just going through all that stuff so now we are out of spoiler. Free territory antics spoiler full country. Now we're just GonNa talk about our favorite parts of favorite characters in qualms baby can start. Where do I want to start and I'm GONNA START FIRST OFF right here? This hot and I saw I was talking about this before when in our in our digital green room with Corey. I don't think any other superhero film will ever top this for me. And it's win Laura Comes in not firstly introduced but comes in and the the rivers are there and Hugh Jackman is trying to get Pederson into the car on stuff watching. What the Hell's going on? And she walks in after she after she rolls the head and this in the trailer and this is the she just like Chuck's down her her backpack also. Yeah this is the most bad ass just that one small piece. I was like yeah like. It's a low angle so she's yes like the ground is in frame and she chucks it in and then you know here's boys boys hold on. Oh hold on. Take her down. And it's writing she. He is the amount of is like this is so good able to convey with her acting is kind of elm and kind of staggering is very much accentuated by the fact that she's you know mute for a majority of this movie so yes all you really have to go on and just there is yeah go ahead was going to say This is this is. This is what kid kids in film should be like. This should be Laura in their own. Using is like the parent has to take care of them right so it will the one that actually figured out a way to kill the it then cool wherever else. Come on. Come on okay. You have lost all credibility for me as far as you getting to judge. Kids need to be adults. They thanked adult. I quick because I did find some stuff out watching those behind the scenes things last night so before she got the. She's in located in Spain with her family and they signed her up for. I think it was three or four months of martial arts class and then came here and did two and a half more months stunt training which she would always arrive early and always stay late because she loved it and she did a lot of her own fighting and stunts in the film herself which I thought was the coolest thing and there's this little segment on there Hugh Jackman was telling saying he was like the moment. I knew that that this kind of saying like this is the moment I knew she could pick up. The mantle is just seeing her on set. And he's like I looked over at one point like she had my claws on and she was just smiling from ear to ear. And there's a picture someone took when they revealed her her claws to her for the first time and she's just like this like she's just lit up from side to side so you can really tell that like it's it is the character Laura but there's a lot of her in this like threw herself got and it. It doesn't go unnoticed in the acting. Yeah yeah absolutely on this favorite part Go ahead a little bit of a delay right now. My favorite on the top of my list is probably win Logan is helping the farmer with like the pump and the other like the farmer comes and the farmers like you know. Stay back and but Logan's like nope he gets in and I just I just love it. That he's standing up for head somewhere else. Yeah the the Little Guy. He's he's he's doing what he does he's he's he's standing up for. Who needs to be stood up for and it just I and then man later on when we see the farmers again brutality. That scene with the water to as he breaks a shotgun over his knee chase thing because like shit. I. It's literally the most western Western. The film gets feel like it's like outsider coming in to stop like in town corruption. And he's just like new law. Anyone ever tell you talk too much like all the time. So good then. You probably know that you've heard this More than life more than I'd like more than like Kayla Ali I I love prematch anytime bet. She was fighting onscreen weapon or Ansari. Like just The brutality of it and the the kind of there's a lot of there is that aspect of humor to it where like it's kid at the end of the day But just seeing the brutality of it was really cool and It's hard to describe. This is a fair price is going to save it for different discussion. Which is the north stuff But as far as Favorite scene it has to be like the dinner scene like of them when at the at the gas of the farmers guests and just kind of like seeing that like but family unit kind of going back and forth and my is like. I'd be lying by say you are good pupil and just like of stuff like eight all of that up because it was all it was all that sort of that history. You know that is palpable. And you're like man I I wish I could go back in a weird and then we're parallel universe. I wish they malays have been teen Moore. You Know X. men movies so I could see more of their relationship and more that journey. All if you like that dinner seeing there's an extended cut version where they do talk about like gene and other things. I will get too far into it but I would highly recommend that. Yeah you gotTa go through those a couple weeks ago. I just caved in and got the bike. The nine movie bundle. Oh wow like like add on. I don't WanNA necessarily own everything. But it's a good price and if you it's a free upgrade to four K. That's the word because I watched Newark for this one Kalem Couple of different things. I really enjoy things with the house because like when they After the dinner when he's like taking him up to bed and Laura's like washing him carry him and like paying attention to how his mannerisms have changed And like I think a favorite but like the most heartbreaking part is when like thinks he's talking to overeen. Aw this is what home is. It's the most perfect night I've ever had. I don't deserve it and then just like smacked. Knowing the entire time like the moment he walked in they didn't show his face. I was like that's not him? He's going to die. He's GonNa die right now but like it. It's a favourite part for Justin how it was executed and the emotion of like this was thrown up the volleyball of like. Here's what home should feel like and it's like the last line. The Logan has where they just spike get into your face of like this he was talking to. Real Logan Yeah. He's talking to reloaded when he said this would of homes feel like but then next twenty four he saying that you know I heard people but he does say that it was the most perfect night of his life which is kind of a bittersweet poetic way for Charles to go out after having suffered know who knows how many years kind of doped up and in that containment wasn't it to protect. No I don't think it was a year that he was stuck in. There was talk. Radio the radio said a year ago. Okay so still. Radio are going up and and you know kind of out of his mind getting to have this perfect night with with probably the person that he had the strongest connection with never thought he'd have this thing with tried always tried to show. What a family could be like is kind of bitter sweet like I know. He died but look what he got before. Yeah I really I mean I. I liked that part of the movie specifically because it does give us something that I mean. Yeah the the X. men had have had like of course that team slash quote family aspect of as a group. But this was like pure family. Yeah where it's like Grandpa Dad Daughter that dine of Feel to it and so it such a different juxtaposition to what we have experienced thus far and that just to see it. Just bashed more heartbreaking moment was when Logan does come back and all he can say is. It wasn't me it wasn't me it wasn't me. Oh God oh yeah. It's dad story so it gets you corey is I was talking about like The the volleyball setup and spike that I was talking about when he was like sorry I brought up like two separate moments kind of in the same thing but like the said this feels like savor it and then when he's like dying and then he's like Oh. This is what it feels like. That sentiment still. How's that perfect light dinner? And that's that's like the first thing and that he's having all these sort of like Like realizations and I think that's what I want to say. When he in the bed is when he re like fully unlocks his memory of what he might have done. I would actually say that much like the film rocky The film has a lot of plot going on but the real story actually starts at the at the farmhouse. Because this is when you start setting up your character the before all of it was kind of like we're sending characters were setting up the what's going on. But then the truth thesis of the film and what's going on is like Logan is holding onto even though he's just talking about like how can't talk about the past and on Supper. He's holding onto Charles so much. Because that's like been his father figure in his life and they built upon even though they like are like Logan's way older than him and once he finally goes away. The truth is if you can't you're only purpose in life can't be that you have to take care of your debt. Ashby that you take care of your daughter and even though you reject your daughter you rejected Dottie reject your daughter and then finally he starts accepting her and I like it was such a like a pivotal scene for adult happened. That way where it's like the writer. The writers are all dislike. We gotTA BUILD US up. We gotta make the Swede. Give them a glimmer that potentially they can get out of it and then also take it all away and it's like such a really well crafted writing as well as directed sequence like Yeah I it's who I mean. That's the thing where it's like. The the intimate small moments typically in a house are like the one that you're probably get the more juice out of this movie is the scale. Yeah Yeah it's it's like. It's like what massive. The phantasm does for Batman to me. The how sequence what Aunt may does for Peter Parker spider into its way The the form seen ultra does for that film It's like the real film in this one..

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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"And everything on demand has got our attention spans switching stations a confession. I saw marriage story in the cinema last week and got a bit bored for much of the one hundred thirty seven minute long Netflix. Back Jonah. My friend was mesmerized. Why was stifling yawns? In spite of the fact that atom driver and Scarlett Johansson the height of their powers. This is sparked some soul-searching. Is there something wrong with my attention span. It's a thought that's cross my mind many times. Before but on each occasion I got distracted by something shiny so never ever lingered on it. Diminishing powers of concentration in the digital age have been the subject of countless studies which have revealed things such as the average adult attention span was twelve seconds into thousand. which doesn't seem very long but is now only eight? That's less than a goldfish. Meanwhile meanwhile cal Newport. US author and computer science professor has argued that focus is the new IQ. Insofar as it's the most important form of intelligence in the twenty first century which begs the question. How do we improve concentration? Google suggests meditation exercise hydration Chewing Gum and drinking tea. I think a better idea is to ditch my phone or at least deletes ups. That's my head to Australia for Christmas. SMITH'S I won't be ticked talking snapchat or instagram ing. Stopping that last one might be a FIB. I've found myself with weighty books and download. It shows does that last sixty minutes per episode under Choir Investment Succession Pose and watchmen. And if you see me at Perth Outdoor Cinema Falling Rolling Asleep during the Irishman. The three and a half hour epic that is my new Everest. Please shake me and that's all we have time for.

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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Ms a failure a waste of time cop twenty five the longest UN climate change conference in history ended this weekend two days and two nights slate and drenched by critical words. It seems that saving the planet is a hard disk. Especially when those in charge of our nation's want different things Michael this. This looked like a mess and a badly organized one at that. Well exactly I mean. The aim of the conference was really implementation of the principles of already been agreed. Read the tough part is how do you put them into action. How do you actually measure And and code nations to account Emissions how do you measure. How much Estimated then how do you say what are you going to do about it What did they abbreviations? And more to the point what what will we do if you don't to by by the promises of what you promised to do And of course for those countries where they don't have the money and they don't have the priorities of reducing emissions. I'm thinking particularly weekly big countries. That are semi-industrial all not industrial tool such such as India where there are vast emissions Coming out wrote. They don't have the money all the priorities to change our industry around. I mean there's small cottage industries that deeply polluting and the big countries. The big pollution countries are not the rich ones apart from the United States. This is a problem that everybody faces but no one seems willing to take responsibility for well. I think it's an absence since of global leadership at a time where absence of global leadership basically defines geopolitics right so you have. Donald Trump still tends to deny that climate change is real That's you know it's unprecedented to have a global challenge that all the world agrees needs to be solved and have the US be denying it exists So That's a unique circumstance we find ourselves in and China of course is more willing to tackle the problem but it's not necessarily willing to take on all the burdens of global leadership that it might entail what I'm surprised by two with this and I've been surprised by this for for a long time with with climate change. Politics is why there's not a bigger push for a massive research fund because I think that in parallel to the idea that we need to tighten our emissions spells which we absolutely do and we need to have innovation. We should also be trying to solve the problem with a Moonshot Fund that says we're going to put billions and billions of dollars to to put the best minds to solve this so that actually doesn't cripple the economies of China India and other developing countries. Because that's the only way to square the circle of climate justice on the question. Russian of how do we make poor countries pay for things that ultimately they didn't do in the in the first place there is that issue. Isn't that in order to deal with climate change and the the narrative at the moment is we must stop doing lots of things we must stop flying. We must stop eating plastics and this is very hard for society which has enjoyed getting on planes. His enjoyed plastics and his enjoyed making money out of heavy industry to stop doing it. Is there a need to find a carrot rather than honest stick how you make things possible rather than stop the human race funny. I mean the obvious examples electric cars I mean it. It's not the the answer to everything but Given that pollution from vehicles is one of the largest factors of all in polluting. The atmosphere Just reducing using emissions from petrol diesel cars will make a difference And you can adjust the tax in a way that it makes it worth doing that you you can also invest in things. I mean it sounds a bit pie in the sky but carbon capture. How do you actually reduce carbon from the atmosphere now? As brand says is a large research fund could find quite simple ways of doing this which wouldn't be both scientifically impossible or cost avast script a vast amount of money. You can plant trees. You can do all kinds of things positive Instead of just feeling that you have to punish consumers so next year we have Glasgow which is when the UN comes back together where they are expected that the seventy nations who were at cop twenty five will hopefully submit stronger plans to cut their carbon emissions. What chance do do you think we have Bryan of the European Union in the US and the large and the large polluters and the small countries suffering of somehow managing to get it together? I I I think that twenty twenty four the global perspective will be the. US presidential election will be a climate change election. I think the US it won't be. But I think that that that will really determine whether or not this is going to solve because without the US at the table I mean it's a significant percentage of global emissions. But it's not just that it's also that anytime the US walks away from from a globally binding agreement of which you know. Paris is voluntary. But still it's supposed to be binding in some sense there. Is this idea that now we can just shirk our responsibilities if the the US isn't doing it why should we. And so you know until you get global leadership coming from Washington on this. I'm very skeptical. That more progress will get made beyond Paris it with monocle. Twenty four joining me in the studio Brian Class the political scientists and columnist at the Washington Post and Michael binion foreign affairs specialist at the Times finally China's state broadcaster `cost has cancelled a showing of astles match against Manchester City today over comments. My message he criticized the Chinese government's treatment of Wieger Muslims so we have a high profile footballer for Arsenal who are flying reasonably high in the Premier League but that's not where historic about making an overtly overtly political comment and everything suddenly exposed itself as a very complicated house of cards. Do you think of this Michael Very difficult because There are two huge principles at stake. One principle is that surely individual people whatever that job should have the right to voice their views on issues on which they feel strongly wrongly whether on twitter or whatever he was not Sending out of you in the name of asked me was sending in in the in his own name on the other hand that clashes with another overwhelming mean matter of principle and that is the principal to make money and that is what the football league wants to do and particularly ass no which makes enormous amounts of money four million supporters in China. I mean of course Zero zero percent the population. But that's a lot of people and a lot of money and the football league. Generally the premier league in Britain earns something like one hundred and sixty million pounds a or is it more. It's a lot of money. It's a lot of money from China and this is and this had very very immediate fact in China. Didn't it Brian. We had football and burning their arsenal shirts I think you'll have four million in follow followers on sign away and he was called a dirty and for attacking China. I mean do you think he could have even contemplated the backlash to this uh-huh well now I would never use the word fool for him. I would say he's incredibly brave and should be applauded for this if we can't call out the detention of have over a million people for their religion in China in places like Incheon Jiang and and the weaker Muslim minority if we can't back for example the Hong Kong Hong protests in favor of democracy as the NBA General Manager of the Houston Rockets did and faced huge backlash. What's the point? I mean this is what we're this is what our country's are supposed to stand for globally and what political scientists would say about. This is that China is using something. That's a new term called sharp power. which is it's in between soft power and hard power it's basically targeted financial interests that sway things in a very direct way? They have a lot of leverage now because of globalization to sway public opinion in the West Aston Silence people and if we allow this to be come the new normal where. NBA Owners or football players. Can't speak out against egregious. Human rights abuses and violations of democratic principles. Ables than we've truly lost our way and I think that's something where it should not be controversial and it's a shame I it's a real shame that we have even the the width of backlash against people. Who speak out like this? We had Arsenal though very much distancing itself from comments and there's a wonderful article in the Guardian ad says imagine the frantic boardroom conversations on Friday after as expresses his horror at the treatment of week is the fear of losing profits from shirt sales. Commercial deals and future preseason doors most of joked senior executives. There is that fear. Isn't there that your brand is absolutely discredited but were arsenal rights to step back and effectively so as Linda. The bus well. They didn't actually thrown under the bus. I mean he's still playing for them. They just sort of suggested that he might tone down his comments or at least make it clear that these are not comments in the name of Arsenal. That's what they're trying to do. I mean they come tell him. Don't comment I mean as Brown says that would be not an unacceptable. It would be reinforcing. China's sense that it can blackmail anyone that it feels is trespassing into its own territory or voicing criticism but I think understandably could say well actually. He doesn't speak for us as a club. which is reasonable to say but They should never say he shouldn't say it. But you know I mean the thing about this. Is that if we were more enlightened about this we would have we would say shame on you arsenal for not criticizing the weaker Muslim detention camps and backing your player up. Why is it that people Glenn China are burning? Their shirts about arsenal people in Britain should be burning their shirts of arsenal if they're unwilling to criticize the detention of a million people because of their religion the role of football club number. Well this is what you say. This is what you say. During Times of great crisis I mean if we go back to times when people were rounded up because of their religion I think the businesses in Germany in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties. That didn't speak out. Should have had more voice. I think that's the role in a Capital Society of consumers to hold people to account if if their businesses do not voice the values that represent. Well I think that's a very good argument but of course I think it's more the arguments for government The argument that the government should speak out. Yes there's is a famous phrase of Edmund Burke all that it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing and if awesome dents because on the other hand you might say well. Why don't several big British companies speak out? Why doesn't a village hall in Northumberland speak? Why doesn't everybody speak out? But the fact is they. Don't you can't speak out on. Every single egregious. Transgression is Gretchen In the world. They're just too many Brian Class. And Michael Thank you very much indeed for joining us on monocle. Twenty four in a moment. We'll hear a little bit more about information action overload. You're listening to Mongols House few stay tuned. And if you've just joined US welcome I'm this is Monaco's house few I'm Nelson and finally today. Our editorial team considers whether the age of information overload and everything on demand has got our attention spans switching stations a confession. I saw marriage story in the cinema last week and got a bit bored for much of the one hundred thirty seven minute long Netflix. Back.

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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"People think about other people eyes, you filled more than twenty tractor trailers with water, diapers and supplies this Christmas. You came out in the pouring rain for captain Herve's toys for tots drive to fill dozens of boxes and donate a record amount of money, and it walmarts across metro Atlanta. You were there with Clark Howard defined presents for every kid. In Georgia foster care goes kids. Open those gifts at a rate of one hundred thirty seven minute all Christmas morning. That's a record eleven thousand children and for all of this. We say, thank you. It is truly remarkable. You guys do and coming up. Also, remarkable we heard from Sasha Hashem Williams with the with the the the wonderful books at the Georgia at the at the Georgia north and South Carolina. Let's see the name of it. Right. Yes. It's the blooper reel and that was not slate. Best by the way, hang on. That's next. This is two thousand eighteen on WSB. Done it without having the most talented people in the industry. So hats off to our staff being committed to doing whatever it takes everyone. Enjoy.

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"For every kid. In Georgia foster care goes open, those gifts at a rate of one hundred thirty seven minute all Christmas morning. That's a record eleven thousand children and for all of this. We say, thank you. It is truly remarkable. You guys do and coming up. Also remarkable. We heard from Sasha Williams with the with the the wonderful books at the Georgia at the the Georgia north and South Carolina. What's the name of it right in front of me? Yes. It's the blooper reel and that was not slate. Best by the way, hang on. That's next. This is two thousand eighteen on WSB. If you're unsure about how. Or if you're doing everything you can to prepare for retirement, call the Hoffman financial group four zero four nine zero eight eight eight ask for a complimentary retirement roadmap. Four zero four nine zero nine zero eight eight eight securities offered through securities Inc. Member FINRA, sipc. Investment advisory services offered through retirement, wealth advisers and SEC registered investment advisor..

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"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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02:26 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of famer hugh brown with mark as to share our on a recordsetting win for the cavaliers their last laws of anybody could predicted cavaliers with forty nine in the first eighty six at half at one hundred thirty seven minutes bigwood over the warriors well first of all start with the big three lebron james kevin love and career irving scored ninety four points and shooting lies they were sixteen for twenty eight in the three ball which the team was struggling with only averaging ten a game over the first three games the next point of which knocked out is that the bench came in tonight have been struggling only shooting 31 percent came in and gave him twenty three points and i really like what richard jefferson valley was out there banging people around creating offense of opportunities for everybody else now to me the key defence of like i don't know how much credit they're gonna get but jr smith and then irving take away the game from thompson and curry they only score thirteen and fourteen twenty seven points but how about this health of two eight for twenty four from the four six for nineteen in threes so it took away their sucking in third leading spores so consequently the ramp was out there getting his thirty five but they did a great job on two guys that they had to do it with your right the defence of was spectacular at the transition defense genocide we saw so many times calves we i got back may deflections made interceptions very important well we know that coming in golden state's advance unfair spray was a plus thirty one points wabash today the warriors get nine fastbreak points to eight for cleveland but nine anytime you all them under fifteen you're doing a great job because they're usually out so that not so much to on one three on two four three but that's where they kill you in the threeball with the mismatches so we've been waiting to see the total 48minute game defensively that competition physically from cleveland and we caught it all tonight how hotly contested was this game seven technical fouls at a flagrant foul of the cavaliers of finals record twenty four threes at other james triple double and their will i'll be a game five cleveland one thirty seven and the warriors won 16 our.

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